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Toronto Fair Copyright Meeting

The Toronto chapter of Fair Copyright for Canada put on a remarkable event last night at the Edward Day Gallery.  Alongside about 100 attendees, were several NDP and Liberal MPs including Charlie Angus, Peggy Nash, Guelph candidate Tom King, and Borys Wrzesnewskyj.  More than half of the ridings in the […]

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July 25, 2008 1 comment News

King Continues Copyright Focus in Guelph

NDP candidate and noted author and broadcaster Tom King continues to place the spotlight on copyright in the forthcoming Guelph by-election with another press release and an interview with ITWorld Canada.

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July 18, 2008 Comments are Disabled News

Bill C-61 Opposition Mounting in Local Ridings

A little over a month has passed since Bill C-61 was introduced by Industry Minister Jim Prentice in the House of Commons.  The bill generated considerable negative media attention and a remarkable outpouring of concern from tens of thousands of Canadians.  We are now also seeing those concerns played out […]

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July 15, 2008 3 comments News

NDP Pledges To Make Copyright A By-Election Issue

The federal government is expected to call three by-elections within the next couple of weeks, with the voting set for early September.  One of the most hotly contested by-elections will the riding of Guelph, which currently held by the Liberals.  All three parties believe they have a shot at this […]

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July 11, 2008 9 comments News